Prize Claim Subject to Insider Win Process
TORONTO, May 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A group of 20 from Southwestern Ontario is one step closer to claiming its lottery win of $100,000 from the LOTTO 6/49 Super Draw on February 16, 2019.
As Helen Wynne's sister is an employee at an OLG retail location, this prize falls within OLG's definition of an Insider Win.
As of today's date, the group has completed the first step of a two-step Insider Win process, which included an investigation of their prize claim.
To complete the prize claim, the prize will be held for a 30-day waiting period as part of OLG's Insider Win process, in order for OLG to publicize the win. If there are no additional claims on this prize it will be paid to the claimant on June 6, 2019.
If the pay date falls on a day that is not a business day, then the following business day shall be deemed to be the pay date.
The members of the group are:
Debra Nelligan of Canfield
Angela Todoruck of Hamilton
Barbara Martin of Hamilton
Catherine Barrett of Mississauga
Catherine Thompson-Pyper of Carlisle
Christine Button of Dundas
Deborah Roczniak of Freelton
Helen Wynne of Hamilton
Jennifer Marshall of Waterdown
Jessica Keyte of Freelton
Kimberley Sisler of Ancaster
Kristen Gilbank of Waterdown
Lesley Ardron of Dundas
Marsha Wright of Waterdown
Meagan Wilson of Hannon
Michelle Madley of Carlisle
Michelle Moase of Waterdown
Paula Pirie of Burlington
Sarah Delong of Waterdown
Shannon Cassidy of Binbrook
The ticket was purchased at Shoppers Drug Mart on Binbrook Street in Binbrook.
For more information please visit Claiming Prizes for Insiders on OLG.ca.
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